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Introduction: triclosan is a broad-spectrum antibacterial agent sold in oral products. It is effective for gram-negative bacteria and gram-negative bacteria. PVM/MA is the non-exclusive name of polyethylene methyl ether maleic acid copolymer. It has been proved that fluoride toothpaste containing triclosan and PVM/MA copolymer is better able to absorb the absorption of the enamel and buccal epithelial cells than toothpaste with triclosan. The results of the study of antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, short – and long-term plaque and gingivitis were introduced in detail, and triclosan/copolymer/fluoride toothpaste was used. In addition, supplementary comments on the effects of triclosan/copolymer/fluoride toothpaste on periodontitis, calculus, dental caries, whitening and decontamination, oral stench, microflora.
Conclusion: clinical studies have shown that the use of triclosan/copolymer/fluoride toothpaste (Colgate total ® ®) may provide oral health benefits beyond use with “traditional” toothpaste, relevant way is a safe and effective. The studies provided by this product show that Colgate toothpaste can effectively prevent dental plaque, gingivitis, dental caries and bad breath, and can effectively prevent periodontal disease.
The main part of the antibacterial action of triclosan is the bacterial cytoplasm membrane. Triclosan prevents the absorption of essential amino acids in the bacteria. At the bactericidal concentration, triclosan causes the cytoplasmic decomposition of bacterial cytoplasm and the leakage of cell content. Triclosan was effective for gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.
Triclosan is widely used in non-prescription products such as deodorant soap, liquid soap and armpit deodorant sold in most countries of the world. The hospital USES antibacterial skin products containing triclosan.
Is like river forest summed, triclosan is a kind of useful antimicrobial agents, products can be incorporated into the mouth, because it has a wide range of oral bacteria activity, compatible with oral product components, and has a long history in the use of product safety. After reviewing all the pharmacological and toxicological information of 1989, deshava, kong and Lin concluded that triclosan could be considered safe for use in toothpaste and mouse products. Since the publication of the review, many additional studies and reviews have been written to demonstrate the safety of triclosan.
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